operations forces hunting terrorists, with a small amoont of training for afghan forces. (nats) the 10,000 option wwuld still focus on al qaeda, but would add conventional troops to expand afghan training. (nats) a 15,000 optioo would include even more conventional troops to go onnlimited patrols, and 3 support. (nnts) some xperts say forget that last option p5,000. it's noo politically & tenable in congress, it's not doable from a budget xecuuion perspective." analyst stephanie sanok worked in baghdad, and developed options for the iraq drawdown. she says between war fatigue and spending uts, even the middle option may be a reach. "my guess is, ou end up closer to the 6,000-person option than &pthe 10,000-peeson option." analyst jeff dressler argues 3 3 pentagon." lawwence, cnn, the pentagon."